my uncle took you to his house and made things comfortable for you. I knew he would do all he could - His wife and daughter started to the ranch for a visit a few days ago - just too late to see you - Hope Miss Helen's lung is much better for the mountain air since she started south.My mother and father join me in sending warm regards to you - Faithfully yours,Marian Hooker.July 8 - 1905
Original letter dimensions: 17 x 27 cm.
Reel 15, Image 0583
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